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like not facing reality and being too optimistic but some people see that as a good theing i guess
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Not questioning things. For example believing everything they read and trusting everyone they speak to.

Not really having a plan and expecting everything to be okay. Or being too spontaneous too often. For example, blowing money on takeaways too often, and then not having money when you need it.

Someone who isn’t very independent and street-smart. As in they don’t know their way around and can get lost or in trouble easily.

A long answer I know! Hope this helps.
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Believing everything the Internet, media, government, organizations or corporations tells them
Trying to find an explanation or reason for everything
Oversharing - better to be private than public about most things. Revealing secrets makes you vulnerable to influence
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Believing everything the Internet, media, government, organizations or corporations tells them
Trying to find an explanation or reason for everything
Oversharing - better to be private than public about most things. Revealing secrets makes you vulnerable to influence
Believing the government. Love how you seem to disagree with that 😂
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Overprotective parents.
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(Original post by pureheroinex)
Believing everything the Internet, media, government, organizations or corporations tells them
Trying to find an explanation or reason for everything
Oversharing - better to be private than public about most things. Revealing secrets makes you vulnerable to influence
Why do you consider that naive?
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Believing the government. Love how you seem to disagree with that 😂
Anyone with an IQ above 70 would.
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not watching top boy
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Being too innocent, caring & habitually optimistic about others to the point of delusion or stupidity and very trusting of strangers/those who have a dubious history or don't deserve it.
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Being too innocent, caring & habitually optimistic about others to the point of delusion or stupidity and very trusting of strangers/those who have a dubious history or don't deserve it.
What do you mean by innocent here? how would someone choose to be habitually innocent?
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What do you mean by innocent here? how would someone choose to be habitually innocent?
Some have a childlike innocence that remains with them for decades or their whole life.
While others choose to believe in fairytales to insulate themselves from the harshness of reality against the whispers of their gut instinct and very limited common sense.
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Thinking Mr Johnson is a competent Prime Minister.
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Thinking Mr Johnson is a competent Prime Minister.
Well said 👏🏽👏🏽
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Believing the government. Love how you seem to disagree with that 😂
I said believing everything the government tells them not just believing the government.
(Original post by xxx0xxxo)
Why do you consider that naive?
I suppose there are exceptions to this but I think we are naturally curious and go looking for answers - like why some people are cruel and heartless - when not everything can be rationalized or explained. some things are just meant to be. perhaps not naive as such it's not really relevant to this thread but idk it just came to my mind.
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I said believing everything the government tells them not just believing the government.

I suppose there are exceptions to this but I think we are naturally curious and go looking for answers - like why some people are cruel and heartless - when not everything can be rationalized or explained. some things are just meant to be. perhaps not naive as such it's not really relevant to this thread but idk it just came to my mind.
Ah ok I thought it was interesting, cause I was thinking of people who think everything is 'meant to be' or down to destiny is naive even if there is a rational reason, which they choose to be ignorant of. Maybe the other end of the spectrum

But i agree that people who are in denial of something (eg why someone was cruel) and cannot accept the facts staring them in the face are naive
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As above, in your opinion
Believing things are owed to you
not facing the reality of the world
Not making plans or having future goals
Having too much trust in strangers
Being Idle in your day to day life
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